Medicine » Diagnostics

Ultrasound Imaging

Edited by Masayuki Tanabe, ISBN 978-953-307-239-5, 220 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published April 11, 2011 under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/653
Edited Volume

In this book, we present a dozen state of the art developments for ultrasound imaging, for example, hardware implementation, transducer, beamforming, signal processing, measurement of elasticity and diagnosis. The editors would like to thank all the chapter authors, who focused on the publication of this book.

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7 ARTICLES
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    Haroldo Jose Onisto, Tiago de Moraes Machado, Ramon Cravo Fernandes, Johannes Dantas de Medeiros, Iliezer Tamagno, Tiago Cesar Dezotti and Jose Eduardo Bertuzzo
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  2. Multi-aperture focus ultrasonic imaging technique based on virtual source
    Menglin Zhao, Jianping Peng, Chunrong Qiu, Kang Zhang and Xiaorong Gao
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  3. ULA-OP 256: A 256-Channel Open Scanner for Development and Real-Time Implementation of New Ultrasound Methods
    Enrico Boni, Luca Bassi, Alessandro Dallai, Francesco Guidi, Valentino Meacci, Alessandro Ramalli, Stefano Ricci and Piero Tortoli
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  4. Spatial resolution improvement in Plane Wave Imaging using adaptive Sign Coherence Factor weighting
    Lokesh B and Arun K Thittai
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  5. VipIMAGE 2017
    Ana Cecilia Saavedra, Fernando Zvietcovich and Benjamin Castaneda
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  6. Measurement of surface acoustic waves in high-frequency ultrasound: Preliminary results
    Ana Cecilia Saavedra, Fernando Zvietcovich, Roberto J. Lavarello and Benjamin Castaneda
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  7. Automated classification of common skin lesions using bioinspired features
    D. Csabai, K. Szalai and M. Gyongy
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